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We weren't expecting to stay here on our trip to Yellowstone, but a delayed flight meant we needed a place to stay that evening. But I'm glad we did! The surroundings are beautiful, the rooms large, comfortable and quiet. The staff were warm and welcoming....More
The "resort" is beautiful. The grounds are full of flowers & water features. It is an older motel, but that means larger rooms!! The restaurant was wonderful. The food was great & Curtis, our waiter, made us feel very welcome. It was nice not to...More
We try to stay at this resort when we are in the area. The staff is very friendly, the rooms clean and pleasant. The restaurant is great. We were tired and came in early. They were able to find a room that was ready.
We stayed here twice - the place has everything you need for a night stay. clean rooms, restaurant, area to walk, pool and jacuzzi. Staff is friendly. check in/check out was fast. You can get a breakfast for additional fee. Much cheaper area than Jackson...More
This is an older hotel in Alpine, Wyoming which has been refurbished in the last few years. This is a pet friendly hotel and extremely clean. We had a very relaxing stay. The staff was friendly and very helpful. We highly recommend this hotel!
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I think Flying Saddle is pet friendly, but I'm not positive as I have not taken my dog. There is a section of lawn designated as a 'pet area' and I recall seeing a man walking a small dog on my last stay- but you should... More
I think Flying Saddle is pet friendly, but I'm not positive as I have not taken my dog. There is a section of lawn designated as a 'pet area' and I recall seeing a man walking a small dog on my last stay- but you should probably call them to be sure.